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  • Canada by train: A grand lineup of cities

    Canada by train: A grand lineup of cities
    This will be a story about hockey, poutine, fishing and Ted Williams, the Titanic, waterfalls, smoked meat, an old chateau with a new roof, lobsters, chowders and other good things. But mostly, it will be about a train ride. And Canada. Both of which...
  • Great trip loses some luster for Penguins

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia The Penguins had a chance to make history on the road trip that ended Saturday night in Western Canada. They had to settle for making progress. Just how much might not be clear for a while. Had they defeated the Canucks, the...
  • From martial arts to a career in show business

    PASADENA, Calif. Don't let the honey blond hair, heart-shaped face and off-the-shoulder teal dress fool you. Actress Katheryn Winnick is deadly. A champion in the martial arts, the blond hair and heart-shaped face deceived her opponents. "I have a...
  • Egypt will hold a retrial beginning Thursday for 2 Al-Jazeera journalists still imprisoned

    Egypt will hold a retrial for two Al-Jazeera English journalists still imprisoned there beginning Thursday, court officials said Sunday, throwing into question one of their fates after authorities deported their Australian colleague. Many believed...
  • Canada court rules doctors can help ill patients die

    Canada's highest court struck down a ban on doctor-assisted suicide for mentally competent patients with terminal illnesses Friday, declaring that outlawing that option deprives dying people of their dignity and autonomy. The Supreme Court's unanimous...
  • Canada's high court strikes down ban on assisted suicide

    Canada's absolute ban on assisted suicide is out of step with the times and deprives those with incurable illnesses their right to decide matters "critical to their dignity and autonomy," the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday. The 9-0 decision...
  • Top NATO general warns that giving Ukraine defensive weapons could trigger Russian reaction

    The top NATO commander warned Thursday that any move to provide Ukraine with lethal defensive weapons must take into account any possible angry reaction from Russia. U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove said that any action the U.S. or other Western...
  • Ontario sells GM shares to fund road, transit projects

    DETROIT The Ontario government sold its last shares of General Motors stock to raise cash for highway and public transportation projects. Charles Sousa, the province's finance minister, told the Toronto Globe and Mail that the sale is expected to raise...
  • Naperville Central's Bobby McMillen to play in International Bowl

    Naperville Central's Bobby McMillen to play in International Bowl
    During last Friday's boys basketball game, Bobby McMillen watched from the bleachers as Naperville Central recognized its latest Hall of Fame inductees. One day, he'll likely be a part of a similar class. For now, he's getting ready to represent the...
  • Rachel Marsden: Intelligence agencies must be able to fight terrorism in secret

    PARIS -- Does anyone else miss the days when intelligence agencies were permitted to operate covertly and it was considered totally acceptable that they do so? It seems to be increasingly the case that Western countries are perceived as less than...
  • Canadian authorities break terrorist recruiting cell, arrest suspects

    Canadian police announced Tuesday that they had penetrated a cell recruiting fighters for Islamic State militants in the Middle East, with four of six identified suspects now in custody and warrants issued for the other two. The arrest Tuesday of Awso...